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threefold

1. equal to or having three times as many or as much; triple
2. composed of three parts
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As highlighted in this blog, and in the book by the same name, the food-energy-water challenge is nested within a more general threefold challenge: dealing with Earth as a resource, threat, and victim.
She served three years, two months and nine days in prison or more than threefold of her minimum sentence prior to her release.
growth rates in Armenia lagged behind the average world economy growth rates threefold.
Such prenatal smoke exposure was associated with an almost threefold increase in the odds of low-frequency hearing loss.
SG) (OTCBB: UOVEY), Singapore's third-largest by assets, has said that its wealth management business is expected to grow threefold in the next five years capitalising on the rising affluent class in Asia, the Business Times has reported.
According to their study, the risk of anti-social behaviour rose threefold among 16-year-olds whose mothers drank as little as one alcoholic drink a day during the first three months of pregnancy, reports the Daily Mail.
Newton bred Jedi out of the Listedplaced Threefold, a daughter of Gulch who was purchased through Mags O'Toole for $145,000 as a yearling.
Although smoking cessation substantially reduced PAD risk, former smokers who were abstinent for longer than 1 year still had about a threefold higher risk for PAD than did never-smokers in the study, said Dr.
When data were analyzed in a slightly different way, all current smokers had a 14-fold higher risk, compared with never-smokers; women who quit within the past year at baseline had an 11-fold increased risk; and women who had been off cigarettes longer than 1 year at baseline had a threefold higher risk for PAD.
KABUL (PAN): The number of people arrested on the charge of drug smuggling has registered a threefold increase during the past five months against the same period last year, an interior ministry official said on Monday.
A US government report said that from 2005 to 2009, notification of losses due to hailstorms increased threefold.
The search figure was up threefold on the previous year but arrests came in only half a per cent of cases.